Video: WWE 'Are You Serious?' Episode 38 features Bobby Lashley, WCW gimmicks, and return of Puppet H

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WWE Are You Serious? makes its weekly return today and features more bad gimmicks from WCW, Bobby Lashley giving Simon Dean diet advice, and the return of Puppet H. Find some time to play the game and watch this episode!

Welcome back to WWE's version of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

That's right, it is Sunday and that means it is time for another episode of Are You Serious? Featuring Josh Mathews and the legendary Road Dogg, the two lampoon some of wrestling's most cringe-worthy moments.

This week, the group takes a look at Max Moon, the futuristic WWE Superstar of the 90s that would later become well-known as Mexican wrestling star Konnan. 3 Count also gets the comedic treatment. Also featured is a brief interaction between the fitness guru Simon Dean, Bobby Lashley, and a whole stack of double cheeseburgers.

Yum.

Most importantly though, our favorite Cerebral Assassin made his triumphant return. This time around, he spent less than two minutes on camera.

That's right, everyone! Puppet H has made his return to Are You Serious? and is ready to wreak havoc on the unfortunate hosts that are locked in the basement of the infamous Titan Towers.

If you need a laugh to close out your weekend, be sure to check the video below!


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